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Epirode 4 of Nina Paley's animated feature-in-progress, Sita Sings the Blues. Rama, Hanuman and the Monkey army have crossed the sea to Lanka to rescue the captive Sita from the demon king Ravana and his Rakshasas.
This movie is part of the collection: Animation Shorts
Director: Nina Paley
Producer: Nina Paley
Production Company: Nina Paley
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: animation, cartoon, Sita, Hanshaw, Ramayana, Sitayana, Nina Paley, Sita Sings the Blues
Contact Information: Nina Paley www.ninapaley.com http://www.ninapaley.com/Sitayana/
Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs
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Subject: misical animation
short and sweet
Subject: this is delightful
This is one of the most delightful adaptations of the Ramayana I've ever enjoyed and the music is fabulous! Thanks.
Subject: Just great
Excellent piece of work.
I am not an expert on Indian folklore, but this is fantastic! I love the attention to detail, the color scheme and the characters all fit the genre perfectly, but the greatest thing is the music choice-
I already wrote an e-mail to you, but let's have it here too. This is by far the most witty and charming animation I've ever seen on a classical Indian theme!
Who would have imagined one can leash old bits of blues to describe Sita's love for Rama?
Were Sita and Rama to view your production Ã¢ÂÂ and they certainly see and know all Ã¢ÂÂ I imagine a broad smile would find its way to their lovely faces!
Subject: another magnificent episode of the Sitayama
I've seen several other episodes of Nina Paley's charming take on the Ramayana, and like the others, this one is excellent. It is just charming. The battle is true to the tale, and you've just got to love Sita. As for Rama, well ...
This is part of a rather extended work, and I await each new episode with enthusiasm.
Subject: battle of